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  • Getting Started with the Arduino Web Editor 4 months ago

    @dneui09 please open a thread on our Forum page,, making sure you specify your OS, Browser and any useful information that can help us debug your issue. Thanks!

  • Download and Store Web Data 9 months ago

    Did you update the SD library to latest version?

  • Import Your Whole Sketchbook on the Arduino Web Editor 10 months ago

    Hey @biokys,
    we had a glitch on the space allowed per user last week, could you please try again and report any further issue on


  • MKR Zero Weather Data Logger 11 months ago

    Hi! You need to install the RTCZero library using the library manager

  • MKR Zero Weather Data Logger 11 months ago

    yes, if you use low power politics like standby and event driven wakeups

  • MKR1000 WiFi Robot about 1 year ago

    Hi, it depends on the battery amperage. This robot sinks about 100mA when motors aren't running and about 400mA when motors are running. So worst case is averaging at (400+100)/2 = 250mA
    If a battery is (to make simple calculations) 1000mAh we have:
    time < 1000mAh/250mA = 4h

    hope this help!

  • MKR1000 WiFi Robot about 1 year ago

    The file is too big to be displayed in the web interface. Github thinks that all the files are code so it tries to display it as a plain text and here comes the issue. If you download it on your PC everything should be good :)

  • Arduino Cloud Sensor Tower over 1 year ago

    Hi YixiongBao,
    did you install all the required libraries?
    what kind of bugs did you get?

  • One Button to Rule Them All over 1 year ago

    This is because of how Arduino Cloud was configured:
    - Every user is capable of publishing and writing to topics that are after it's username.
    - Api keys (deviceId and devicepsw) are created on the cloud platform;Those are the authentication value you have to use to connect to the mqtt brocker.

    Basically on Arduino Cloud :
    - What you use to call the "MQTT Username" is the Arduino Cloud "deviceID"
    - What you use to call the "MQTT Password" on Arduino Cloud is the "devicePSW"
    - the "Device Name" is the user readable name of the device use as the mqtt "deviceID"

    The parameter of the username is just use to enable you to subscribe to the right cue
    client.publish '/<username>/<devicename>/topic'

  • Smart Thermostat over 1 year ago

    Sorry, we just added all the files, thanks :)

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